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TWO SPACE HOURS

Phrozenlight

Progressive Electronic


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colorofmoney91
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3 stars Two Space Hours is the same as two Earth hours, which is a long time for a single track to last. Fortunately, this track is an enigmatic cosmic sea void with darkness that manages to grasp an engage (for a while). Understanding Phrozenlight, this is probably meant to be listened to while engaging in sleep, to serve as a background canvas for the dreams that may be pulled from the mind and placed into this empty space. Metallic resonances that sound like the overtones from giant bells, overtone drones from a distant and indiscernible string arrangement, and light solar winds all travel very, very slowly throughout the cosmic soundscape. Though this album's single 2-hour track is soothing, it might go on a for a bit too long for some people, and I even I found it a bit long for the sake of reviewing, but it is a good cosmic drone album and I'd definitely recommend it to help soothe any insomnia problems.

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